After 10 years, thousands of shows and hundreds of thousands of happy concert-goers, the British musical legend is leaving Las Vegas and has decided to come home to the UK where it all began. Goss will still be based some of the time in Los Angeles, his home (alongside Las Vegas) for almost three decades. But his focus looking ahead is more on working and performing in the UK, the place that rocket-powered the teenage Goss to the top of the charts, cultural phenomenon status and a headline gig at Wembley Stadium – a feat that made Goss the youngest male ever to headline the legendary venue, a record he still holds today.
“I want to go back to my people and to my world,” said Matt Goss. “I have to get back to pop. I’m so happy to say I’ve fallen back in love with pop music, and the power of pop music. There’s no hiding that on this record.”